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No matter you are rich or poor, you may own some pieces of jewellery. They are expensive or less expensive, but they’re yours. Nobody will complain she has too many pieces of jewellery. Jewellery represents love, family affection and feelings. Every piece of them represents a story or a mood. When you pick up one, good memory will come to your mind. In short, to collect Jewellery is an interesting hobby. Whether you are happy or not, your heart talks.

Jewellery brands are beyond count all over the world, top, luxury or affordable brands. When it comes to the most popular color with girls, Tiffany will be the top one, because Robin blue reminds people of Tiffany. It has made many miracles, and classic jewels by Tiffany are praised, like Tiffany Keys Necklaces. A key is used to open a door. Following the trend, designers liken a key and a lock to love between men and women. After the moral got popular, the key-inspired jewellery products sprang up. In ancient era, a necklace is a symbol of power, status and strength. To today, it has been an accessory closest to the heart. The marriage of a key and a necklace has been seen as a creative design.

There are a great number of jewellery brands globally, and the key-shaped necklaces are beyond count. Only Tiffany Keys becomes the classic, impressive one, so that it comes to your mind immediately when the key-theme necklaces are talked. Why are Tiffany Keys Necklaces so popular? Because Tiffany Keys is an echo combining dreams and jewellery. Tiffany Keys necklaces hanging the chest front, closer to the heart, listen to the deepest voice, and they encourage their owners to move forward. A key can open the infinite possibilities in the future. It’s the spirit a piece of jewellery conveys.

Different types of keys nobility used to open jewellery boxes, luggage cases and notebooks even private clubs and manors are collected in Tiffany’s Collection. Inspired by keys before more than one century, Tiffany & Co. has created a key to open happiness. Every Tiffany Keys necklace symbolizes success in the grasp. As a top jeweller, Tiffany always concerns about the proportion, lines, materials and the best wearing effect. It’s the right design that makes Tiffany Keys necklaces perfect and hot. Tiffany prefers to choose independent female celebrities to promote its Keys necklaces, like Liu Wen, Elle Fanning, Christy Turlington Burns, Lupita Nyong’O. Maybe they are not perfect, but they are independent, confident and brave women. They are models for girls to follow.

So far, nobody can tell how many Tiffany Keys necklaces Tiffany has designed. But, there will be a key to open your heart and tell you to move forward. Mankind lives happily on a heart, not a strong body. Faith is a kind of strength. Tiffany Keys leads you to the better tomorrow.

Tiffany, a symbol of American designs, has enjoyed a high reputation with love and beauty, romance and dream for nearly two centuries. Inspired by olive leaves symbolizing peace, joy and hope, Paloma Picasso, a famous jewelry designer, designed the Olive Leaf collection for Tiffany. There are many bushy olive trees around her house in Morocco, do the Olive Leaf jewelry is injected into her rich personal emotion. In fact, olive trees have close connection with a fairy tale. Therefore, Tiffany Paloma Picasso® Olive Leaf jewelry has a deep meaning of traditional culture.

It’s said that Athena taught the human being to farm, and she was highly respected by them. As a result, that caused the envy of Poseidon, the God of sea ans earthquakes in ancient mythology. Although the gods came to mediate the settlement between Athena and Poseidon, but it didn’t work. After discussion, they would determine to judge the one who could give a more useful item to the human being was the winner. Poseidon hit the ground with his trident, and then an invincible war horse flied from the crack, neighing and wearing golden light. Athena pointed to the city wall with her spear, and then an olive tree grew up rapidly at the corner. Athena said to human being, “It can light up the dark, remove the trauma, treat diseases and symbolize peace.” Human being and Golds thought that Athena made a greater contribution to human. So, her guard would protect the Olive tree. European people has considered the tree as the divine grace since then. They relied on olive trees in their daily life and treatment of diseases.

From the fairy tale, we know that the olive tree or the olive leaf is always the theme in the field of design. Paloma Picasso used the olive leaf-styled jewelry to express her rich personal emotion and attitude towards peace. She is an attractive lady, because she is reputable for her bold design style all over the world. She inherits rich imagination from her father Pablo Picasso and elegant temperament from her mother Françoise Gilot. Her father Pablo Picasso drew a dove with a branch of olive leaves in its mouth for the first World Peace Council the Soviet Union held. The simple but powerful painting has been the most famous sign of peace since then. Pablo Picasso named Paloma Picasso his daughter because Paloma means a dove in Spanish. What’s more, the olive leaf is a sign of peace and hope.

Tiffany Paloma Picasso® Olive Leaf collection pays tribute to the olive tree as a universal symbol of peace and harmony. Intricate branches of sterling silver or 18k gold form pendants and cuffs while hand-cut cabochons are entwined in tiny leaves for vivid rings and luxuriant earrings.

Jewelry is the best friend of a women, and it is a truth for any woman, especially those ladies who influenced the Times. Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy owned many pieces of jewelry many women dreamed. She said jewelry had an epoch-making significance for herself. In 1996, 559 pieces of luxury diamonds and jewelry were displayed at Sotheby’s auction house, making a hit.

Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy
Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy was born on July 28th, 1929 in New York, Wife of the 35th President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. She was just 32 years old when she became the First Lady. John Fitzgerald Kennedy wasn’t the President of the United State when they got married. Owing to Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, President Kennedy could be the youngest president in the history of the United State. Jacqueline’s elegant image enhanced John F. Kennedy’s public image and taste. During the President election, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy helped Kennedy win a great many votes. After they lived into the White Palace, she promoted the culture about the White Palace and established White Palace Arts Council. She also raised money to decorate it and shot documents in order to show history and architectural style of the White Palace. The title “the First Lady” means the spokesman of the United Stated. The Kennedy would be the only focus every time they appeared. Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy added brilliance to his husband’s image in the political circle. President Kennedy satisfied her demands of customized jewelries and high fashion clothes.

Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy VS Marilyn Monroe
Young and attractive President Kennedy had quite a few pursuers, and the most famous one is Marilyn Monroe. Facing the affair, Jacqueline Kennedy showed her attitude and standpoint. She didn’t care the sexy lady appeared on President Kennedy’s birthday party. She went traveling with her kids. In the end, Marilyn Monroe “suicided” in her house.
Fashion Icon
170cm-tall Jacqueline has born model look. She didn’t have perfect face, wide eye span on her a square face, but, Jacqueline was good at the skills of dress matching, and she thought that simple but delicate style embodied a woman’s taste best. The word “Jackie Look” made a hit across the United State during being the First lady. Her exclusive designer Oleg Cassini said that no woman didn’t want to wear the same dress, hairstyle and jewelry as Jacqueline. To today, her looks still are classic and stylish. It was destined such a legendary lady just was a fashion icon.

Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy and Her Tiffany
What could make the fashion icon touched? Tiffany! Tiffany was approved by Jacqueline very much. She gave a Tiffany cigarette case in yellow gold to her secretary friend Helen Lempart. President Kennedy knew that Jacqueline’s love for Tiffany, so he expressed his love with Tiffany jewelry. In order to celebrity the birth of their son, President Kennedy ordered Tiffany Two Fruit brooch for his wife although he was busy preparing inauguration ceremony. The two fruits symbolizes their two children. The brooch was the first jewelry designed by Jean Schlumberger. Jacqueline likes it very much, so she wore it several times. In 1962, President Kennedy sent Tiffany Enamel bangles in gold with gemstones as a gift. Jacqueline likes the bangle very much so that she collected the same model in different colors. She often wore several pieces. As time flies, she still liked wearing Tiffany Enamel bangles.

Product placement in movies is a more popular mean of advertising, but the stiff or abrupt way is easy to be criticized. It is true that jewelry has the power of freezing an era and improves a movie magically, but the jewelry must fit the movie well. As for the film Anna Karenina in 2012, product placement caused dissatisfaction of fans and audience. The jewelry Anna was wearing was supported by Chanel Joaillerie Collection, but it’s obvious that the jewelry isn’t suitable for the social background of the film. On the contrary, Tifffany &Co and the film The Great Gatsby which was released in 2013 is a successful cooperation. Tiffany jewelry based on the film background brings audience back to the “Jazz Age”.

The Great Gatsby adapted from F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel of the same name in 1925. It told a story happened in New York, America in the 1920s. High jewelry people wore was used to show one’s status and wealth in that Golden city, and with the help of Tiffany high jewelry, the film was faithful historical depictions. The reasons for cooperating with Tiffany&Co include two pieces. One is that F. Scott Fitzgerald was a loyal client of Tiffany. The other is that the first design director Louis Comfort Tiffany enjoyed the wealthy community in Long Island. Tiffany&Co collects many pieces of amazing jewelry from the 1920s.

Baz Luhrmann, who was nominated for the best director Oscar, cooperated with Catherine Martin (a fashion designer) and Tiffany&Co to finish the film. The film told a Golden age when the rich men were addicted to luxury life and brilliant high jewelry. There is no doubt that Tiffany’s Antique Collection is the source of inspiration for fashion ans style in the film.

In an opening scene, Gatsby’s Daisy ring and Daisy’s Engagement ring made their appearance first. Through their accessories, audience know something about the affection between Gatsby and Daisy. That’s not enough, but Tiffany jewelry for Gatsby and daisy run through the entire film. Gatsby’s Ziegfeld Daisy Cuff links, Daisy’s Savoy Headpiece, Ziegfeld collection and Legacy earrings came from Tiffany&Co., and these jewelry pieces foil perfectly Daisy’s attractive charm. In addition to high jewelry collection, the fine porcelain, the silver-made table wares and other decorations displayed in Jay Gatsby’s home were designed by Tiffany&Co..

The film The Great Gatsby makes Tiffany win the higher reputation and attention all over the world, and the film is spoken highly in the Globe. The cooperation between the film and Tiffany is a win-win choice.

When it comes to the word “goddess”, who will you remind of? The first one that comes to my mind is Audrey Hepburn. I adore her as my goddess. I appreciate her beauty, elegance and noble manner in front of film cameras, as well as I respect her contribution towards charity. I like one of her films-Breakfast at Tiffany’s which made a hit in the history of American films. So far, the film has been one of the most classic Love&Fashion films, and it had highest box office in Hepburn’s films. Audrey Hepburn wore The Tiffany Diamond to advertise her film-Breakfast at Tiffany’s. In fact, Tiffany&Co. didn’t invest the film, but Tiffany arise in the film, so we know Tiffany had been famous at that time.

Tiffany
Tiffany & Young was opened by Charles Lewis Tiffany and his partners in New York in 1837. The little stationery & accessory store had developed into a world-famous jewelry store. At that time, America was a new-born country, and America that started to be rich respected ancient European culture and desired to obtain affirmation from the world. As a member, Charles Lewis Tiffany collected European jewelries and studies jewelry designing. He aimed to build a top-grade jewelry brand in the world. One year later, Tiffany got famous in America. Accessories and tableware in silver made in Tiffany were accepted and used widely by American upper class.

To 1886, Tiffany launched The Tiffany setting collection, and the Tiffany Setting diamond ring became the most classic six-griffe diamond ring. Tiffany, the American jewelry brand was able to complete with European jewelry brands. Different from European styles, Tiffany symbolized American spirit-original beauty, simple style and pure love. Celebrities that wore Tiffany jewelries included Mrs Lincoln, Mrs. Roosevelt, Audrey Hepburn, Cate Blanchett and so on. To today, many celebrities and famous stars in Tiffany T, Tiffany Key or Tiffany Heart were spotted in the public. We often see Tiffany in many films and TV series at home and abroad.

The Tiffany Diamond
Tiffany started designing diamond jewelries in the middle of the 19th century. In 1848, Charles Lewis Tiffany brought diamonds back to New York from the Europe, and those diamonds broadened the outlook of the upper class. Therefore, he was called the ling of Diamonds. The birth of The Tiffany Diamond laid its foundation in the colored diamond field in 1878. As one of the most world-famous diamonds, the cushion-shaped yellow diamond that weights 128.54ct and has 82 cuts symbolizes supreme honor of Tiffany in the diamond field.

Audrey Hepburn wore The Tiffany Diamond set in a Ribbon Rosette necklace that designed by Jean Schlumberger to promote the film Breakfast at Tiffany’s. She quoted “A thing of beauty is a joy forever” of Keats to praise the diamond necklace. Jean Schlumberger set a vivid bird on the yellow diamond and called it Bird On a Rock which means canary yellow. In 2012, to pay homage to the 175th anniversary, Tiffany redesigned the yellow diamond. The diamond was set a diamond necklace with classical and modern style. The yellow diamond stands out in the white diamond necklace, representing the promise to the heritage and the originality.